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The Australian Team in England,

Match Against Derbyshire.

.Received July 12, 9.8 a.m. London, July 11

The weather was fine, and the wicket fast. The attendance was moderate. Hopkins is suffering from an injured hand, and Newland fielded as his substitute. Wright increased his overnight score by 10 before being dismisped by Kelly. 5 for 85. Hunter got leg before to Armstrong at 96. Walkden hit off 20 quickly and then was stumped. 7 for 136. Ashcroft after a fine innings lasting an hour.was dismissed by a fine catch by Gehrs at loug on, who had to run in to secure the ball. 8 for 153. Only a single was added when Bestwick retired. Marples and Humphries carried the score to 167, when the iunings which had occupied 2| hours, was brought^ to a close. The Australians in thoir second innings bave lost 2 wickets for 50. Keceived July 12, 1.6 p.m. When stumps were drawn, Australia had lost six wickets for 250. Following are the scores: AuSTBATiIANS. First Innings ... ... 253 Derbyshire. First Innings L. Wright, c Trumper b.Laver ... 7 Cadman, b Cotter .. ... ..6 Ollivier, Ibw b Cotter .'.. ... 17 Morton, c Kelly b Hopkins ... ... 11 H. Wright c Kelly, b Layer .. ... 27 Hunter 1b w, b Armstrong ... 17 Ashcroft c Gehrs, b Armstrong ■•• 33 Walkden stumped Kelly, b Armstrong ... ... ... 20 Humphries (not out) ... ... 12 Bestwiak b Armstrong ... ... 0 Marples c leaver, b Armstrong ... 6 Sundries ... ... ... 11 Total ... ... ... 167 Bowling analysis — Cotter, 2 for 58; Layer, 2 for 50; Hopkins, 1 for i; Aimetrorig, 5 for 29; Noble, 0 for 15.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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